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Best Practices for Using Social Media to Reach Adolescents in 2019

Deb Levine


This tip sheet outlines the top 10 best practices strategies for reaching young people through social media health promotions.

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technology and health, youth engagement

How are Youth Using Technology to Explore Sexuality Today?

Research Facts and Findings

Janis Whitlock, Laura Dedmon, and Hannah Light-Olson


This article summarizes what research tells us about three ways young people use technology to explore sexuality: pornography, sexting, and mobile dating applications.

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adolescent sexual health

Digital Literacy and Citizenship

ACT for Youth Center of Excellence and Cornell University Social Media Lab


Mobile devices and social media sites have changed the way young people interact with the world. It's important to help young people negotiate this new reality in a safe and responsible way.

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technology, new media, SEL, social and emotional development, videos

Impact of Social Media

ACT for Youth Center of Excellence and Cornell University Social Media Lab


What is the impact of social media on young people? In this video, we discuss both negative and positive effects on adolescent well-being, identities, and relationships.

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technology, new media, adolescent development, videos

Proceedings of the Adolescent Sexual Health Symposium

ACT for Youth Center of Excellence


In 2009, ACT for Youth Center of Excellence convened a symposium of experts and stakeholders in the field of adolescent sexual health. This report highlights issues raised, selected comments by participants, and resources offered at the event.

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adolescent sexual health, sexual and reproductive health, SRH, pregnancy prevention, adolescent pregnancy, teen pregnancy, sexually transmitted diseases, sexually transmitted infections, STDs, STIs, HIV/AIDS, health disparities, family planning services, sexual health services, sexual health care, access to services, clinical practice, service delivery, sexual minority youth, best practices, sex education, sexual health education, technology, community sectors, community involvement, community engagement, sexual health curricula, sexual health curriculum, evidence-based programs